SAVANNAH, Ga. April 16 2011– Federal prosecutors in Savannah have charged two managers at a local McDonald’s restaurant with selling stolen identities to prospective employees.
U.S. Attorney Ed Tarver said Wednesday that 51-year-old Oscar Lazo and 35-year-old Eva Ramos were charged with conspiring to sell the stolen identities of U.S. citizens and harboring illegal aliens.
Prosecutors also charged Maurcio Cruz and Manuel Cruz — both citizens of Mexico — with using the stolen identities to obtain employment at the restaurant.
Lazo and Ramos face more than 100 years in prison, if convicted. The other two face up to 37 years of prison if they are convicted.
Attorneys for the four could not immediately be contacted.